Les Feuilles

Tonla street, Sihanoukville, Cambodia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sihanoukville

Templed Out, Jungled Up, Island Down

A travel blog entry by s-oldfield

... goodbye gift Mr.Kong gave me four homegrown mangoes - what a babe.

My next stop was Battambang which Lonely Planet describes as an 'elegant riverside town home to Cambodia's best-preserved French-period architecture.' In reality, the little French architecture that remains is largely obfuscated by oversized tacky signage in flashing lights. At breakfast, we discovered a mouse under the table cloth which the waitress promptly killed with her bare hands. I think it's ...

Ep. 12 Sihanoukville

A travel blog entry by itsthejourney


Just over a month into our trip and we desperately want to see the sea! Cambodia has a pretty short coast line (lost to Thailand and Vietnam back in the day) but we had heard great things about the beaches and surrounding islands. With a night back in the capital Phnom Penh, our next stop is Sihanoukville, only 4 hours away. The new and growing tourist spot is popular with both foreigners ...

Sihanoukville & paradise on Koh Rong

A travel blog entry by jon_lowra2014


... away on a fast boat. Which we opted for. The island is ringed with white sand beaches and crystal clear turquoise waters. Not a bad place to be on your birthday! We stayed in what I described as the 'Flintstone' stone bungalow on Paradise bungalow resort. It was really basic and the bathroom was outside. You do get used to sharing your bathroom with Gary the gekko and all other living things after a while! The islands off Cambodia have not been developed yet, which was quite ...

Running Amok

A travel blog entry by lucyinthesky.


... since starting the trip, but something we all felt was so important to do to understand the history of the beautiful country we were travelling; the killing fields and s21 prison. It was only 40 years ago that the Khmer Rouge and Pol Pots regime was active in Cambodia so the killing fields were devastating, there are still bones rising from the mass graves and bits of clothing 'around. The prison was just as ...

From hell straight to heaven

A travel blog entry by s.lukaszewicz


... chilling and swimming again...in a bright light in complete darkness and having the time of my life....
I was roasting hot in there and water didn't even cool me off it was soo hot....It was just unimaginable...it was as hot as the air I was breathing!!!

Must admit...lack of internet was refreshing, but it made me miss my family like crazyyyyyyy!!!!




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